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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - June 14, 1957, Indianapolis, IndianaIs pm copy per year a a a Toa i the Neopit know Thoy can and into Pontif the Lewish Tad Opi Nion of inv Avn 1 3j.v1s in via i Indiana edition Friday june 14, 1957 second class mail privileges authorized at Indianapolis. Indiana. Application for additional entry at new York new York is pending volume Xii a no. 42rabbi Magnes to be installed sunday 0. Hollande Sharah Tewilla gets new rabbi rabbi Moses Magnes will be installed As rabbi of the congregation Sharah Tewilla on sunday. June 16, at 3 of 6 ., As announced previously. The affair will take place in the synagogue Corner South Meridian and Merril streets. Rabbi Eliezer Silver president of the Lagudas har Bonim Union of orthodox rabbis will be guest speaker at ceremonies to which the entire Community has been invited. Rabbi Silver is a nationally know figure in the Field of orthodox Judaism. All rabbis in the Community have been asked to participate in the pro David Hollander has been Jea to graduate is monday elected by Jea Jea graduates and teachers members of the jewish educational association graduating class pose with two teachers at the Jea. In the front Row left to right Are Janice Landy Miriam Tuchman Ferne Gur Vitz and Judith Greenwald. In the second Row Jack Glazier Natalie Hershon Judith Schwartz Dorothy Hammer Schmidt and Michael Aronson. In the third Row Sherman Ted Solomon David Reuben Aaron Jan Jade and Jason Brown. And in the last Row or. Aaron intrater Howard Sagalowsky and or. Isaiah Adler. Another member of the class Joel Samson is not pictured. Gram. Rabbi Magnes received his rabbinical training in Poland and attended Columbia a University and Brooklyn College in this country. He is a member of the Lagudas har Bonim and comes to Sharah Tewilla recommended As a scholar and Leader in the orthodox movement and for his work with adult and youth groups. The ceremony will include a musical program by a local Cantor and will be followed by refreshments in the vestry room. Or. Harry a. Rabb is chairman of the installation and Shoolem Ettinger is master of ceremonies. Elected president of the jewish educational Assn. For the year 1957-58 others elected at an annual meeting were vice presidents Isadore Katz Gus Domont and Jack Nelson Secretary Ben Prince treasurer. Or. Abe Max and honorary president Edward m. Dayan. Members of the Board of directors who will serve during the coming school year Are Julian Freeman Gabriel Cohen Edward m. Dayan. Lipot Franko Vitz Philip Grenwald Harry Joseph Ben Prince George Samson Bert Sicanoff judge Saul i. Rabb Sam Ziffrin Sam Dorf Man Abe wides Jack Kammins Jacob Solotken Aaron Unger Abe j. Miler Alex Katz Bernard Tsoyman Jack Nelson Robert Dorman Shoolem Ettinger Manuel Leve Isadore Katz Lewis Levy Joseph Fogle Leo Selig Gus Domont Manuel Segal Morris Goodman Irving Linderman. Or. Mortimer Mann or. Abe Max Lester Budd Albert Reuben Ernest Herman Harry Schlehman and mrs. Rachel Domont. David Hollander. New Jea president Jea kindergarten a holds graduation the closing exercises and graduation of the jewish educational association kindergarten will be held on sunday june 16, at 1 30 In the Jea building. Or. Aaron intrater Jea executive director will speak and or. Isaiah Adler will give the opening and closing benedictions. Myrna Fang the kindergarten director has announced that registration is under Way for the fall semester. Children must be from three to five years of age to be accepted. Fifteen students will receive diplomas and participate in a program at jewish educational association graduation and closing exercises at 7 15 p. M. Monday june 17, at the Indiana War memorial. A valedictory address will be Given by Howard Sagalowsky a Salut Atory address by Ferne a. Gurvitz and a graduating class message by Judith Greenwald. Mrs. Isa1k>re Katz president of the Jea auxiliary will present school awards and prizes. Isaiah Adler will present a traditional gift books from the auxiliary. This years Book is a this is Israel by theodpre Luedner and Carl Herman Voss. David Hollander Jea president will present diplomas. Rabbi Maurice Davis of Indianapolis hebrew congregation guest of Honor will speak. Aaron intrater director of the Jea four local men to attend a crack plenary session four Indianapolis men will attend the annual plenary session of the National Community relations advisory Council in Cleveland june 22-24. Max klezmer As president of the Indianapolis jewish Community relations Council David Cook As president of the Indiana Jarc and Al Chernin As director of both agencies will join delegates of six National jewish organizations and 37 other jew ish Community relations councils to Chart plans for the coming year Julian Freeman chairman of the a crack committee on the Middle East As Well As chairman of the Indianapolis Jarc committee on the Middle East will chair the session exploring the Impact on american Public opinion and jewish Community relations of developments in the Middle East. Julian Kiser Secretary of the a crack and the chairman of the Indianapolis Jarc Educa will Welcome the parents of the graduates. A choral group consisting of graduates and sixth Grade students under the direction of Cantor Judah Goldring of congregation Beth Al Zedeck will sing. The group will be accompanied by mrs. Goldring at the piano. A social hour at the Antlers hotel will follow the ceremony. The Community is invited. Tonal activities committee will Lead the discussion in the workshop dealing with Community approaches to the introduction of moral and spiritual values in the Public schools. The men will hear discussions on population mobility the efforts of private censors on books and reviews and appraisals of the past 13 years since the formation of the National Community relations Council Given by experts in these Fields. At the convention the Indianapolis delegates will help with the drawing up of a joint program to be adopted by All Community councils and will help elect next years National officers. Rabbi Moses Magnes. To be installed Louis f. Bernstein is president of the congregation. Sharah Tewilla was founded in 1883 and is now in its 74tlv year. The present edifice represents the third location of the synagogue and was built in 1910. The shul started in an upstairs Hall at South and Delaware above a junk shop later moved to the 600 Block of South Meridian st., now occupied by the Ezras Achim congregation and 47 years ago built the synagogue it now worships in
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